Hilton Long Island - Huntington
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... ever seen anything like it in one place in the
U.S. The tallest building is the Citicorp center, built about two decades ago,
but the area is now finally becoming a full extension of Midtown. Despite the
East River in between, Long Island City is as accessible by public transport to
Midtown as most places in Manhattan are.
There’s an additional museum in the heart of Long Island
City. The MOMA P.S. 1, a converted public school building now ...
A magical day on Monday greeted us. Although the news from home was sad with the death of two hostages. The gunman also died in what was a scary incident from my birth town and something that will scar those involved for a lifetime.
Perhaps it was apt that we started our walk on the upper west side at 72nd street along Central Park west and walked past the John Lennon imagine memorial and strawberry fields. Imagine a ...
... but active stations is that they can be used for making movies, such as The Taking of Pelham 123, which was filmed here.) I can recommend this museum highly. It is well curated (and cheap--$7 for adults), and includes displays on the building of the subways (practically the same degree of horrific work as coal mining), as well as on electricity and how the subways are powered, as well as on the bus lines. There is also an interesting display ...
... also got to do a virtual reality ride on the Empire. Kevin Bacon was our pilot. Big mistake! Really great ride! If you come to NY you must do this
Forgot to mention last night while we were having dinner on a side walk cafe, Woody Allen and his young Asian wife walked past and headed into a radio station. First celebrity we have seen, he is not looking good but she is looking great.
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The cost for both adult and children is $17.00 if you visit
I spent an hour or two just watching the people ice-skate before I had a go myself. To my surprise I could actually do it after a few falls.
At 6pm I returned to my hotel tried and happy.